Industry advocates continue to see a silver lining in yesterday’s Federal Budget announcements – but is there really anything for retailers to be happy about?
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Campbell has a background in science communication and a long history in retail. Campbell has a keen interest in emerging technologies and their impact in the world of media and online retail. Campbell is an indoor sports junkie, to the point of playing in a local dodgeball competition once a week, “just for kicks”.
Nathan Huppatz’s costumes retailer continues its inexorable trajectory, gathering pace and scale with savvy marketing and e-commerce best practices.
Omnichannel retail strategy requires a new way of thinking about technology, processes and organisational structure. We interview Will Bosma, VP of MuleSoft Asia Pacific to learn how this elusive shift can be successfully attained.
In just a few years, Australia has become awash with payment solutions, providers and platforms. With increasing focus placed on mobile payments, Braintree’s Klas Bäck discusses some of the trends he’s identified locally.
To add to Ozsale’s string of recent successes, Topshop owner Sir Philip Green has agreed to purchase 25 percent of the company, which is undergoing a large international expansion campaign.
This Wednesday, NORA plans to take another tour of Sydney, this time offering seats to members and non-members alike for what CEO Paul Greenberg describes as the “biggest yet”.
Ahmed Fahour, CEO of Australia Post, describes the relaunch of StarTrack Express as Blue Post StarTrack, while also outlining further change to come.
New Zealand’s premier online marketplace, Trade Me has come a long way since first launching in 1999. We take a look at why this Kiwi enterprise continues to gain traction with Australian retailers and merchants.
After recently acquiring online retailer TopBuy, DealsDirect has announced it is now offering a ‘Click 2 Collect’ service, allowing customers the choice of visiting its warehouse to collect their purchases.
Ever wanted to purchase something you’ve seen on Twitter? Amazon’s betting you have and is trialling a method that allows users to have products added to their shopping cart by tweeting a hashtag.